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nice thank you, it is in mm though, so takes us in the states who still use the inches and stuff a bit of decyphering, lol, I added your list to my favorites, thanks for sharing..

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I like easy math.  25mm or 2.5cm is almost exactly 1 inch

 

There is also a chart based on the ASTM current standards on YarnStandards.com

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